State of the Art Emergency Care Mobile Simulation Lab Visits Osceola Regional Medical Center
Kissimmee, Florida – October 2010 – Osceola Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce the arrival of the EMLRC (Emergency Medicine Learning & Resource Center) Mobile Simulation Lab at their campus. The EMLRC Mobile Simulation Lab (“SimLab”) is Florida’s only mobile emergency medicine simulation lab featuring SimMan®, SimBaby®, AirMan®, realistic emergency room and ambulance setting within a 45-foot motor coach.
Osceola Regional Medical Center’s emergency care professionals will receive hands-on training in advanced pediatric emergency care by offering interactive training with tactile simulation, video equipment and monitoring systems. Staff will also interact with SimMan® and SimBaby®, both of which are realistic, anatomically accurate mannequins equipped with a number of features, including a realistic airway system; an intravenous arm; physiologically correct carotid, femoral, brachial and radial pulses; and more than 2,500 cardiac rhythm variants, to allow for a variety of realistic patient care scenarios. SimMan® can produce spontaneous breathing, heart and lung sounds, as well as coughing, moaning and various voice sounds.
The “SimLab” will be at Osceola Regional Medical Center campus on Oct 27 through Oct 29.